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William Jessup highly recommends the Washington Mentorship Program after it helped him start his career in the veterinary field.
Members of the AU community pay tribute to the late Shimon Peres.
School of International Service Professor Maria De Jesus emphasizes the importance of local community research in effort to reverse the global HIV/AIDS epidemic.
AU Game Lab brings together game professionals and DMV community.
Jenny Yoo, MSMKTG ‘14, is all about exploration. A former graphic designer who’s worked in everything from advertising to product development
From yurts to artisanal donuts, School of International Service Professor and seed funding expert Krista Tuomi is helping small businesses and local economies grow by providing pro bono financial consultations.
On November 18, 2016, the Kogod School of Business hosted a panel discussion entitled “The Presidential Election’s Impact on the Business Landscape.”
Carmel Institute celebrates 50th anniversary of James Billington’s The Icon and the Axe.
Dr. Paul Farmer Speaks at National Institutes of Health (NIH)
From the battlefield to the boardroom, being a successful leader means being a good shepherd.
AU science and education faculty and students are working with middle school science teachers across DC to develop and implement student-centered, investigative science curriculum for their classrooms.
Journalism students contribute to Beltway News, the Washington Post, USA Today, NBC News
Junior Mary-Margaret Koch will present her findings at a conference in March.
“Veterans Treatment Courts: 2015 Survey Results” released on November 17, 2016 by SPA's Justice Programs Office examines these courts for the first time.
After a particularly stimulating series of lectures on the Korea, Christina Kjelland knew she had to study the issue further. One year later she was in Korea on a Fulbright!
As part of the Washington Semester Program, Elizabeth Saverino learned that there were different non-political organizations that do work for a better country – like Citizens Against Government Waste and DC Vote and others.
As part of WSP, I attended Congressional hearings, heard from prominent speakers, engaged in political discussions, analyzed our governmental structure, and discovered the complex nature of DC’s political process.
Ray Collins owes much of his success in broadcast journalism to American University's Washington Semester Program.
Through initial international experiences at WSP, I would have seen the world the way I do now – as a place filled with opportunities to experience, to learn, to appreciate, and to give.
Nick Galifianakis sketches out a career as a celebrated Washington Post cartoonist